My genome, My self: In the coming era of consumer genetics, your DNA will have much to tell you about the biological bases of your health, your physique and even your personality. But will this knowledge really amount to self-knowledge?
New York Times Magazine 2009 January 11; p. 24-31, 46, 50
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